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AA Bondy Is Sick, Backs Out Of Tonight's Gig

Hey, AA Bondy doesn't look sick in this staged press photo! (Clara Felice)
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Bad new for those of you inspired by the glowing AA Bondy write-up in this week's paper to the point where you bought tickets just to see this man perform his opening set for the Weakerthans at the Granada tonight.

From his publicist: "AA Bondy has fallen ill and has had to cancel his performance tonight."

Oh well. Those are the breaks. The show's still worth attending, mind you. The Weakerthans and Christine Fellows, the other two acts on the night's bill, are no slouches.

[And, for the record, this is not an April Fool's joke.] -- Pete Freedman

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